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how can u determine the measure of an angle?

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depends on what you given
depends on what you are looking at to determine the information from. You can use trig functions but there may be easier methods if I saw what you are looking to find
how's the q?

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well the directions are: use trigonometry to determine the measure of an angle
can you draw the figure. here are the basic trig functons and this may help sin A = opposite/hypothenues cos a = adjacent /hypothenues tan a = opposite/adjacent
i just have to know how to do it for finals so i don't have an example or problem o give
maybe this will do?
that information should help. Note that this only works with right angles
Base on your age christina, I think that's sufficient

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